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Abelard and the origin and early history of universities


Published 1893
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Bibliography: p. 307-309


Publisher New York, C. Scribner's Sons
Pages 326
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number b3907686
Digitizing sponsor MSN
Book contributor New York Public Library
Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana
Notes Page 24 missing.

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Reviewer: wahlros - - January 7, 2008
Subject: Not Really About Abelard-Pages 1-23 Missing.
Because this is part of THE GREAT EDUCATORS series,the author merely uses Abelard as the pretext for a much wider examination of the history of the Medieval university. Given the book's brevity, it might have worked better if the author had concentrated on those schools where Abelard taught. The author, unsurprisingly in a study from this time,has no sympathy for scholastic discourse nor any understanding of its achievements. The history and structure of the Medieval university has been better covered by Hastings Rashdall's UNIVERSITIES OF EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE AGES,which eventually will be available through the Internet Archive.
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